Tajik National University | "The Afghan-Pak Conflict and its Impact on Central Asia."
Former Permanent Representative of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to the United Nations | "Jordanians, Palestinians, and the Hashemite Kingdom in the Middle East Peace Process."
Associate Professor, American University | "Lessons and Challenges in Evaluating Peace and Conflict Resolution Intervention Programs in Conflict Areas."
Department of Political Science, Simmons College | "The Future of the MILF: Internal Dynamics and the Implications for Terrorism and Security in Southeast Asia."
Executive Chairman, Center for Democracy and Development | "Maoist Crisis in Nepal: Diplomatic Strategies for Resolution."
Department of Political Science, College of the Holy Cross | "Rethinking the Somali Political Experience."
Former ambassador to the United Kingdom and Italy and USSR deputy forein minister | "The USSR/US Dialogue on Human Rights, 1986–1990."
Chaplain Corps, United States Navy | "Military Chaplains as Liasons with Religious Leaders: Lessons from Iraq and Afghanistan."
Founder, International Institute of Learning for Social Reconciliation| "San Martin Jilotepeque: Life and Reconstruction of Community 25 Years after Atrocity."
Assistant Professor, University of Mary Washington | "Addressing Ethnic Conflict and Population Displacement in Iraq."
American University in Cairo, “Military Engagement in Mobilizing Societies in the Middle East”
Independent Journalist | "Emergence of the Tribal Belt as a Fault Line in the War on Terror: The Growing Influence of Homegrown Pakistani Taliban and its Implication for Regional and Global Security."
United States Army | "The Impact of Peace Operations on Readiness."
International Centre for Transitional Justice | "Bring the Children Back: Reintegrating Children Who Have Participated in Mass Atrocities"
Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute | "The Emergence of Russian Foreign Policy."
Department of Politics, University of Ulster | "Track One and Track Two Diplomacy Initiatives in Northern Ireland."
Johns Hopkins University | "Niger Delta 'Militants': Victims or Perpetrators? Conflict and Violence in the Niger Delta"
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, George Mason University | "Culture and Conflict Resolution."
College of Law, Notre Dame University, Philippines | "Autonomy and Peace: Lessons from Southern Philippines"
Professor of Political Science, King's College, University of Western Ontario | "Greek-Turkish Relations in the Mediterranean and the Balkans."
Robinson Professor of History, George Mason University | "Islam and the Transformation of Political Sensibility in Iran."
Department of Government, Georgetown University | "The Middle Class and Prospects for Democracy in Russia."
Executive Director, Centre for Strategic Studies, Colombo, Sri Lanka | "Countering Internal Conflict: Lessons from the Indian Army's Experience."
Department of Middle Eastern History, University of Haifa | "Iraq of the Ba'ath, 1968-1996: Domestic Strife and Regional Conflict" and "State-Mosque Relations in Iraq, 1968-2003"
Assistant Professor/Researcher Center for Strategic Studies, University of Jordan | "The Failure of Israeli Studies in the Arab World."
Department of Political Science, University of Iowa | "Early Elections in Transitional Politics. "
Co-founder, 'Peace Now.' | "In Pursuit of Peace: A History of the Israeli Peace Movement."
Formerly National Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Cairo | "Developing a Constituency for Peace: Egypt's Peace Strategy, 1973-1980."
President, Interlegal Research Center, Moscow | "Constitutional, Legislative and Legal Foundations of Independent Political Organizations, Citizen Advocacy Groups and Democracy in the New Russia."
Senior Associate, International Security Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies | "U.S. Responses to Genocide."
Professor of Political Science, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand | "Evaluating Interventions in Protracted Conflicts."
Founder and Executive Director of the Trinity Forum for International Security and Conflict Resolution, Santa Fe, New Mexico | "Lessons on Conflict Resolution from the Central American Peace Process."
"The Challenge of Managing Mediation: The Northern Uganda Experience."
Head of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia | "Serbia vs. Yugoslavia: An Inside View of the Yugoslav Crisis."
United States Army | "Peace Operations: The Public Security and Information Dimensions."
Publications: "Information Technology and Peace Support Operations" (Institute Virtual Diplomacy Report, July 2002)
King’s College, London, “Understanding Sexual Violence at the Interface of War and Peace”
Department of Government, Universidad Nacional de San Martin, Buenos Aires; formerly director of Electoral Assistance Division, UN Secretariat | "Monitoring Elections: A Critical Review."
Michigan State University | "Paradoxes of Power Sharing: Zimbabwe’s Protracted Transition"
Chief Executive, Institute for Conflict Research, Northern Ireland | "The Political and Martial Role of Youth in Violently Divided Societies and the Implications for Peace Processes."
Associate Professor of Social Anthropology, University of London | "Post-War Reintegration in the Balkans."
Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University | "Accommodating Identities in Macedonia: Lessons for Conflict Resolution in Multiethnic Societies."
Department of Government, Georgetown University | "Reclaiming the Agenda: A Comparative Study of Power Sharing in Divided Societies."
Formerly Secretary of the Department of External Affairs of Australia | "Insights from the Field of Conflict Resolution."
Assistant Professor, School of International Service, American University | "Constructing Justice and Security After War," and "Making Peace 'Stick': Civil Recurrence and How to Prevent It."
Columnist, Sabah, Istanbul | "Toward Democracy with Islam: Turkey in the 21st Century."
Columnist, Vreme, Belgrade | "Yugoslavia after the Kosovo Conflict."
U.S. Agency for International Development | "Steal This Revolution: Nonviolent Revolution and the Transition to Democracyin Serbia."
Department of History, Southern Illinois University | "Revolution and Power: Mao's China Encounters the World."
Senior Fellow, Shanghai Institute for International Studies | "The Potential for Crisis in the Taiwan Straits and Its International Implications."
Professor of Sociology, University of Washington | "The Muslim/Christian Divide in West Africa: Can a Religious War be Prevented?"
DCM, United States Embassy, Tokyo | "Security and Peace in Northeast Asia."
Senior Research Scholar, James Madison University; former Moldovan Ambassador to the United States | "'Frozen and Forgotten' Conflicts in Post-Soviet States: Anatomy and Prospect for Resolution (Transnistria, Abkhazia, Nagorno Karabakh)"
Commander 1st Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, U.S. Army | "In the Aftermath of War: America's Use of Defeated Armies in Post-Conflict Reconstruction"
Center for Philosophy and Public Issues, University of Melbourne | "The Ethics of Military Intervention."
Senior Research Scholar, Center for International Security Studies at Maryland, University of Maryland | "Nuclear Arms Control in the Middle East: Problems and Prospects," and "Addressing Iran's Nuclear Ambitions."
Senior Lecturer, Hebrew University, Israel| "Negotiating Across Cultures: International Communication in an Interdependent World."
Senior Academic Officer, United Nations University, Tokyo | "Multilateralism and Superpower: Dilemmas of International Democratic Culture."
Director, Center for Political and Legal Studies of the African World, University of Paris. | “Constitutionalism and Peace.”
Chief, J5 Plans, MNSTC-I/J5, Phoenix Base, Iraq | "The U.S. Government's Interagency Process and the Failure of Institution Building in Iraq."
Professor of International Relations, University of Athens | "Greek-Turkish Relations in the Mediterranean and the Balkans."
Publications: "Greek-Turkish Relations & U.S. Foreign Policy: Cyprus, the Aegean, and Regional Stability"
Schlesinger Professor of Strategic Studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University; Chair, U.S. Institute of Peace Board of Directors | "The U.S. Role in Peacemaking in Southwestern Africa."
Professor of International Law and Organization, Columbia University | "How Constitutional Democracies Decide between War and Peace."
Research Fellow, the Kroc Institute, University of Notre Dame; Senior Research Fellow, INCORE, University of Ulster | "From Violence to Agreement in Ethnic Conflicts."
Deputy Foreign Editor, Knight Ridder Newspapers | "Finding Common Ground between the Western and Islamic Worlds."
Formerly District Administrator, Oecussi District, United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET) | "Policekeeping: Law and Order in Failed and Emerging States."
Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary General on Internally Displaced Persons | "Crises of Identity and the Prospects for Peace and Unity in the Sudan" and "Dilemmas of Self-Determination: A Challenge to African Constitutionalism."
Department of Sociology, Northwestern University | "Sources of the Chechen Conflict."
National Reporter, Washington Post | "One Minute to Midnight: A New Perspective on the Cuban Missile Crisis"
Former Moscow Correspondent, the Washington Post | "Reconstructing the Balkans after Yugoslavia's Dissolution and Civil War."
Postfactum News Agency, Moscow | "Multiethnic Russia and the Problem of Democratization."
Department of Political Science, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa | "State Building and Democracy in Southern Africa."
Senior Fellow, Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, New Delhi | "The Challenge of Conflict Resolution in Indo-Chinese Relations."
Rose Isaacs Professor Emeritus of Sociology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "The Middle East Peace Process and the Transformation of the State."
Senior Fellow, International Peace Academy | "Hydropolitics in the Third World: Conflict and Cooperation in International River Basins."
Lawyer and Consultant (Gender, Human Rights, Conflict) in private practice, “African Women's Participation in Peace-Making: Lessons and Experiences from the Great Lakes Region”
Senior Advisor, USAID-Iraq | "Re-Inventing Iraq: Understanding Iraqi Society and the Evolution of Coalition Democratization"
Georgetown University | "Reintegration: A Challenge for Building Peace and Restoring National Integrity"
Independent Scholar; formerly Professor of Middle East and South Asian Politics, National Defense University | "The Crisis of Education in the Muslim World."
Department of Sociology, American University of Beirut | "The Arab World After Desert Storm."
Publications: The Arab World After Desert Storm (U.S. Institute of Peace Press, 1993)
General Secretary, Alliance Party of Northern Ireland | "Inside Out: An Integrative Critique of the Northern Ireland Peace Process."
Senior Scholar in Residence, Center for German and European Studies, Georgetown University | "From Enmity to Friendship: Germany's Postwar Reconciliation with Israel, France and the United States."
Redress International, “Improving the Accountability of International Organizations”
Director of Peace Education Projects, Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "To Learn to Live Together: An Israeli-Palestinian Educational Joint Project."
Monteresy Institute | "The Mindsets of Ethnic Conflict."
Department of Politics, Catholic University of America | "The Betrayal of Rural Mexico: Peasant Organization, Failed Development and Rebellion."
Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University | "The Crisis of National Identity in India."
Chairman, Project International Associates; formerly U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia | "Arts of Power: Statecraft and Diplomacy."
Legal Council, Dane Associates | "National Prosecutions of the Rwanda Genocide."
Institute for Security Studies, South Africa | "Bargaining for Peace: South Africa and the National Peace Accord."
Jaffee Center, Tel Aviv University | "Israeli Policy in the Occupied Territories from the Six Day War to the Intifada."
Professor Emeritus of International Relations, Stanford University | "Bridging the Gap: Theory and Practice in Foreign Policy."
Formerly staff member, House Committee on Government Operations; former Assistant Director, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. | "The History and Politics of Multilateral Arms Control Agreements."
Diplomatic Correspondent, Reuters | "Economic Strategy in U.S. Foreign Policy. "
Harris Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Chicago | "Arms Races and the Probability of War."
Professor Emerita of Anthropology, University of Maryland at College Park | "Political and Economic Dimensions of Ethnic Identity and Minority Conflict in Latin America and the Middle East."
Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, the Brookings Institution | "Europe Undivided: The New Logic of Peace in U.S.-Russian Relations."
Chief Military Correspondent, New York Times | "American Military, Diplomatic and Political Efforts to Stabilize Iraq, 2006-2009."
Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses, “China-India Border Issues in the Eastern Sector: Confidence-building or Continuing Tensions?”
Research Associate, University of Cambridge | "Chechnya in International Law: Sovereign Power and the Regulation of a Secessionist Conflict."
Visiting Fellow, Overseas Development Council | "Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Bosnia in Comparative Perspective."
Director of Research, U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom | "Rights of Religion and Belief: A Proposed International Standard."
Distinguished University Professor, Department of Government and Politics, Center for International Development and Conflict University of Maryland | "Minorities at Risk: A Global View of Ethnopolitical Conflicts."
Diplomatic Correspondent, Newsweek | "International Humanitarian Law and the Media: The Case of Afghanistan."
Director, Government of India's National Academy of Administration | "Kashmir: The Problem and its Resolution."
University of Bonn | "The Impact of U.S. Foreign Policy on the Fall of Communism in Eastern Europe."
Ambassador (retired), India | "A Framework for South Asian Peace and Security"
Professor, Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa | "Nurturing Peace: Why Peace Settlements Succeed or Fail."
Associate Professor, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University | "The Right to Self-Determination and its Role in Ethnic and Religious Conflicts."
Department of Political Science, City University of New York | "Peaceful Conflict Resolution in New Democracies."
United States Army | "Assessing U.S. Army Peace Operations Training."
Former U.S. Special Envoy to Angola | "Angola's Last Best Chance for Peace: An Insider's Account of the Peace Process."
Professor of English and American Studies, University of Sussex | "Making Constitutions, Seeking Peace."
International Public Prosecutor, United Nations Mission in Kosovo | "International Prosecutors and Judges in Post-Conflict Societies."
Gettysburg College | "Civil War Settlements and Post-Conflict Economic Growth"
Visiting Fellow, Harvard Law School | "International Justice in the Post 9/11 Era"
Senior Program Coordinator (Middle East), Lawyers Committee for Human Rights | "The Crisis of Human Rights Implementation in the Middle East and North Africa."
Judge, International Court of Justice | "The U.N.'s New Role and Recent Accomplishments."
Lecturer in International Relations, London School of Economics, and Director, Centre for the Analysis of Conflict, University of Kent | "How Third Party Mediation Can Help Solve Conflicts in the Developing World."
Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University | "Building a Security Community in Europe: The Role of the OSCE."
Minister-Counselor, U.S. Mission to the U.N., and former U.S. Representative to Mozambiquan Peace Talks | "Ending Mozambique's War: The Role of Mediation and Good Offices."
Head, Training, Education & Professional Development Branch, Navy Chief of Chaplain's Office, U.S. Navy | "Training for Diversity: Strategists, Planners, and Religious Issues in U.S. Military Operations"
Department of Political Science, Vanderbilt University | "In Search of a Mission: Latin American Militaries after the Cold War."
Ambassador (ret.), Pakistan | "Re-engagement with Pakistan: Issues for U.S. Foreign Policy."
Director and Spokesperson, Elkarri: The Movement for Dialogue in the Basque Region | "New Opportunties for Peace in the Basque Region and Spain: A Civil Society's Unique Contribution to Conflict Transformation."
Senior Research Fellow, Institute of History, Language, and Literature, Russian Academy of Sciences (Ufa Branch) | "Language Conflict as a Source for Ethnic Violence and Political Dominance."
Formerly Commissioner, National Boundary Commission of Nigeria | "Regional Organizations and International Conflict Management in the Third World."
Associate Professor of Political Science, Korea University | "Regional Security and the Korean Peninsula."
Program in Conflict Analysis and Management, Royal Roads University, Victoria, British Columbia | "Peace-Building in Lebanon: A Manual for Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation."
Senior Researcher, Economic Research Institute of Northeast Asia, Niigata, Japan | "The Prospects for Peace and Conflict in the Western Pacific and Northeast Asia in the Post-Communist Era."
University of Shizuboa | "Applying Collective Problem Solving to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict."
Research Fellow, Birkbeck College, University of London | "The Day After: Prospects for Post-Ba'ath Democratization in Iraq."
Former Special Representative of the Secretary General, Administrator Kosovo | "Thirty Years in the Humanitarian Frontlines"
Former Senior Field Advisor, Office of Transition Initiatives, U.S. Agency for International Development | "Participatory Community Revitalization Projects and Conflict Management."
Professor of Political Science, University of California, Davis | "The United States and the Politics and Strategy of Post-Cold War Peace Operations."
Registrar, Court of Bosnia & Herzegovina | "Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Model of Complementarity, Ten Years Late"
Loyola Marymount University | "A Crumbling Political Landscape in Southern Sudan: How Insecurity Threatens the 2005 Peace Accord"
Reagan-Fascell Senior Fellow, National Endowment for Democracy | "Political Renewal and Political Violence in Africa, 1989-2001."
Independent Journalist and Author, Highlanders: A Journey to the Caucasus in Quest of Memory | "Violence and Non-Violence in Independence Struggles: East Timor, Chechnya, Palestine."
Professor of Government and Politics, George Mason University | "Soviet-American Conflict Resolution in the Third World."
Center for International Affairs, Harvard University | "Applying Collective Problem Solving to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict."
Former Speaker of the Sudanese Constituent Assembly, Minister of Justice, and Dean of the Faculty of Law at Khartoum University | "Islamic Law and Society and Contemporary International Legal Norms."
Filmmaker and Human Rights Activist, Tajikistan | "Resolving Civil Conflict in Tajikistan."
U.S. Navy Chaplain Corps | "Military Chaplins as Advisors on Religion and Diplomacy."
Former National Security Advisor to the President of the Republic of Korea | "Policy Options for the Republic of Korea and the United States toward North Korea and the Unification of Korea."
Private Consultant, Los Angeles | "Overcoming Cultural Barriers in International Negotiations."
International Institute for Democracy, Strasbourg | "The Quest for Democratic Security in Europe."
Professor of Economics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "Economic Integration and Political Separation: Israel, Jordan and the Palestinians."
Visiting Professor, Goucher College, Baltimore | "Demobilizing and Reintegrating War Veterans in Zimbabwe."
University of Texas at Austin, “Humanitarian Blowback? Lessons for Future Intervention”
Spokesman, U.N. Office for Drug Control & Crime Prevention (Vienna Int'l Centre) | "Voices of Hatred, Voices of Tolerance: The Media in Bosnian Conflict and Reconciliation."
Professor of Law, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "Autonomy: Flexible Solutions to Ethnic Conflicts."
Foreign Correspondent, Newsweek. | "Revolutions without Guns: The Power and Pitfalls of Nonviolent Action."
Former Director-General, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea | "Peacebuilding on the Korean Peninsula."
Department of Government, Dartmouth College | "The Military and National Identity in China."
Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, The Times (London) | "Ukraine and Russia: A Fraternal Rivalry."
Professor of Political Science and Director, Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh | "The Price of Eastern Europe's Attempt to Join Europe."
Professor of Religion, Ethnicity and International Conflict, Harvard Divinity School | "The Legal and Moral Dilemmas of Safeguarding Human Rights During Armed Conflict."
Director of International Studies, Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars | "U.S. Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Era: Strategies toward "Rogue" States."
President, JNA Associates | "Ethnic Conflict, Economic Development, and Environmental Change in Uzbekistan and Other Former Soviet Central Asian Republics."
Executive Director, Global Interdependence Initiative, the Aspen Institute, Washington, DC. | "The United States' Role in South Africa's Transition to Democracy."
Department of Foreign Affairs, Australia | "The United States and Iran: Exploring New Approaches to Relations."
Department of Economics, Carthage College | "Easing the Trauma of the Soviet Union's Transition to a Market-Based Economy."
Professor of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "Washington vs. Damascus: Quo Vadis?"
President, Business Humanitarian Forum Association; former U.S. Ambassador to OSCE | "War in the Caucasus: A Proposal for Settlement of the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh."
Diplomat in Residence, Eckerd College | "The Negotiations Leading to the Geneva Agreement on the Withdrawal of Soviet Forces from Afghanistan."
Executive Vice President, Search for Common Ground, Washington, DC. | "Watching the Wind: Conflict Resolution During South Africa's Transition to Democracy."
Retired professor, National Defense University, University of Tennessee, Stanislaus State University | "Envisioning Iraq's Future: Developing an Alternative View" and "Iraq's Emerging Political Leadership"
Visiting Professor of Law, George Washington University, formerly principal deputy legal advisor, U.S. Department of State | "Armed Conflict and International Law in the Post-Cold War Period."
President, Palestinian American Research Center | "Palestinian Missed Opportunities."
Professor of Anthropology, Harvard University | "Ethnicity in the Americas: The Indian Question" and "The New World Dilemma: Indigenous Peoples and the State of the Americas (2001)."
Professor of Political Science, George Washington University | "Revolutionary Movements in Latin America: El Salvador's FMLN and Peru's Shining Path."
Sterling Professor Emeritus of Law, Yale University | "The Relationship between International Law and Interdependencies in the World Community."
Research Staff Member, Institute for Defense Analysis | "National Security and Cultural Knowledge."
Headquarters Battalion’s Chaplain, Second Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina | "Why Character Counts: Military Leadership in 21st Century Peace Operations."
United States Navy Chaplain Corps | "The Chaplain's Evolving Role in Peace and Humanitarian Relief Operations."
Former Ambassador of New Zealand to the United States | "Peacekeeping Operations."
Army Fellow, Central Asia Policy Manager, Office of the Secretary of Defense, U.S. Army | "U.S. Security Assistance in Central Asia: Political Leverage and Policy Goals"
Assistant Professor, School of International Service,American University | "The Imprint of Kosovo on International Law: Coercive Diplomacy, Humanitarian Intervention, and Secession."
Former Permanent Representative of Sri Lanka to the United Nations | "How the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Can Assist with Conflict Management in the Region."
Former Ambassador of the United States to Bosnia | "The Dayton Peace Agreement and Balkan Regional Stability."
Professor of Sociology, Georgetown University | "Gender and Peacebuilding During African Political Transitions."
Professor and Senior Research Fellow, Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Moscow | "Changes in Soviet Foreign Relations and Prospects for International Peace."
Research Associate, Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses, New Delhi, India | "Security Issues between India and Pakistan: Prospects for Confidence Building Measures and Force Reduction."
Mercy Corps, “Peacebuilding and Development: Towards a New Model of Civilian Assistance in Transitional States”
Former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives and Under Secretary General of the UN | "The Relationship of Economic Development to International Peace."
Department of Political Studies, American University of Beirut | "Individual Liberty, Civil Society and Limited Government in Popular Islam vs. the Authoritarianism of the Islamic State."
Regional Campaign Coordinator, Amnesty International | "The Cultural Roots of Human Rights Violations in Sudan: Identity and the Civil War."
Lecturer, University of Guyana | "Transforming Ethnopolitical Conflict in Guyana."
Former Under Secretary-General of the United Nations for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea; former Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Government of Fiji | "The Role of Mediators in Complex International Negotiations."
Administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development | "The Great North Korean Famine: Famine, Politics, and Foreign Policy."
Executive Director, Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, University of San Diego | "Pursuing Justice During Armed Conflict: Facilitating or Obstructing Peace?"
Former U.S. Ambassador to South Africa | "Political Conflict, Economic Interdependence, and Peace in Southern Africa."
United States Army | "Closing the Gap between Civilian and Military Implementation: Senior Military Leadership in Peace Operations."
Formerly Professor of Economics, University of Maryland | "The Causes of International Conflict and Cooperation."
Melbourne Law School, “The Legal and Policy Framework for Opposition and Interim Government Forces Maintaining Law and Order”
Department of Political Science, University of Lagos | "Democracy vs. Military Authoritarianism in Nigeria."
Co-Director of the Centre for Policy Alternatives and Senior Lecturer at the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka | "Resisting the Crossfire: The Dual Identity of Border Village Communities in Sri Lanka's Ethnic War."
Ministry of National Reconciliation, Republic of Korea | "Transitional Justice and Korean Unification."
Economist; formerly Deputy Prime Minister of Albania | "Albanians and Balkan Security."
Formerly senior political analyst with the International Crisis Group | "Bridging the Gap between Ethnic Albanians and Macedonians."
Professor Emeritus of Political Science, State University of New York at Binghamton | "Palestinians, Refugees, and the Middle East Peace Process."
Yoram Peri (Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Professor of Communication, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "The Israeli Military and the Peace Process."
Robert Perito (Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Former Deputy Director, International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP), U.S. Department of Justice | "The American Experience with Policing Peace."
Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to Mexico | "Preparing the Ground for War in Serbia, 1987-1992."
Professor of Psychology, University of Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia | "Education for Interculturalism: Learning to Live Together in a Multicultural Society."
International Institute of Asian Studies, Netherlands | "Social Cohesion Through Creative Knowledge in Post-Conflict Societies: Lessons from Cambodia."
Adjunct Professor, School of Foreign Service and Senior Associate, Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown University | "NATO’s Enlargement Beyond the Visegrad Three."
Co-Director of the Africa Program, International Crisis Group, Washington, D.C. | "Managing Conflict in the Horn of Africa."
The Washington Post | "Civil-Military Relations in the Formulation and Execution of American Foreign Policy."
University of California, San Diego | "The Sistani Factor: The Relevance of Ayatollah Sistani to the Democratization of Post-Saddam Iraq."
Arms Control Analyst, Washington, D.C. | "Ensuring Compliance with START and Other Proposed Arms Control Agreements."
Research Fellow, Sycip Policy Center (Manila) | "Autonomy or Federalism: Self-Rule for Philippine Muslims."
Professor of Political Science, George Washington University | "The Tragedy of Russia's Reforms: Market Bolshevism against Democracy."
Fellow, Australian National University | "Sustainable Conflict Resolution and Post-Agreement Peacebuilding in an Apparently Intractable Conflict: Lessons from the Bougainville (Papua New Guinea) Peace Process."
Former U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria, and Director of the U.S. Information Agency | "How Governmental Communication with Foreign Publics Can Help Reduce International Tension and Conflict."
Kissinger McLarty Associates | "Energy Dimensions of U.S. Relations with North Korea."
Founder and President, International Peace Academy | "Making UN Peacekeeping More Effective."
Department of Psychology, University of Belgrade | "The Goodwill Classroom: Conflict Resolution and Human Rights Training in Educational Policy."
Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research | "Scope and Limits of Reconciliation as a Peace-Building Process."
Formerly Dean, School of Law, Yale University; Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs; and Director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency | "Aggression and Self-Defense."
Department of Political Science, University of California, Davis | "Pressures and Incentives for Cooperation: the Management of Ethnic and Regional Conflicts in Africa."
Harvey Picker Distinguished Professor of International Relations, Colgate University | "Why Emerging Democracies in the Developing World Thrive or Falter."
Director of Studies, Center of International Cooperation, New York University | "Afghanistan Since the Soviet Withdrawal: International Aid, Reconstruction, and Civil Conflict."
Professor and Director, Center for the Study of Child Development, University of Haifa | "Chronic Exposure to Catastrophic War Experiences and Political Violence: Links to the Well-being of Children and their Families."
Formerly U.N. Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Somalia | "Somalia: The Missed Opportunities."
Department of Political Science, Cairo University | "Changing Arab Perceptions of Regional Security."
Foreign Minister, Islamic Republic of Pakistan | "The Imperatives of Peace in South Asia."
University of Virginia, “State-Building in Iraq: The 17th Benchmark and the Reconstruction of Iraq's Budgetary Institutions”
Director, Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland | "The Law of Genocide."
Chairman, Schechter Communications Corp | "Russian Negotiating Behavior: Continuity and Transition."
Senior Vice President, United Nations Association of the USA; and former U.S. Ambassador at Large for War Crimes | "U.S. Engagement in the Development of International Criminal Tribunals and in Responding to Atrocities."
Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs | "The USSR/US Dialogue on Human Rights 1986-1990"
Visiting Professor, Center for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo | "Skilling Armed Actors for Peace in Colombia"
Head of Research, Austrian Institute for Military Studies | "The Role of Small and Neutral Countries in Peace Operations."
Professor Emeritus of History, University of Illinois | "The Development of International Conflict Management Processes, from the 17th Century to the Present."
Visiting Lecturer, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University | "Policy Responses to Complex Humanitarian Crises: An Interdisciplinary and Integrated Approach."
Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent, The New York Times | "The Iranian Revolution After Twenty Years."
Professor of Political Science, University of California at Berkeley | "Soviet Proxy Governments and the Promotion of Low-Intensity Warfare."
U.S. Army | "Provincial Reconstruction Teams: A Strategy for Stability in Afghanistan."
Professor of African and Afro-American Studies, University of North Carolina | "Promoting Peace and Stability in the Horn of Africa through Regional Integration and Economic Cooperation."
U.S. Institute of Peace | "Regional Security in the Balkans."
Senior Lecturer, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "Public Opinion in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict."
Professor of Middle Eastern History, Tel Aviv University, and former Israeli Ambassador to Egypt | "People-to-People Contacts and Arab-Israeli Reconciliation."
Director, J. Shankleman Limited, Oxford | "Does Business Have a Role in Peacemaking."
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tufts University | "Remembering to Forget: Rituals of Healing and the Work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Sierra Leone."
Dorothy Shea (Guest Scholar, 1998-99)
Foreign Service Officer, U.S. Department of State | "The South African Truth Commission: The Politics of Reconciliation."
President, Pacem Productions Inc., Los Angeles | "A Comparative and Historical Analysis of Communist States and Parties Since the Bolshevik Revolution."
Regional Director, Internews Network | "Old Media, New Media and Media Assistance in Conflict Prone Settings."
Director, Institute for World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest | "The Future of Global Governance: Managing Risk and Change in the International System."
Department of Political Science, University of California at Berkeley | "Compliance Without Enforcement: The Rule of Law in International Relations."
Professor of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Zimbabwe | "Risk Taking in Zimbabwe: The Impact of Mugabe's Policies in Southern Africa."
Visiting Fellow, The Kroc Institute, Notre Dame University | "The Quest for National Identity in the North Caucasus."
Senior Diplomatic Reporter, USA Today | "Iran Rising: Iran and its Clients in the Middle East."
Reader in International Relations, University of Warwick (UK) | "The Contribution of International Assistance to Peaceful Social and Economic Transformation in the DPRK."
Woodruff Professor of International Law, University of Georgia | "Judicial and Other Instruments in the Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes."
Former Assistant Secretary General, United Nations | "UNPREDEP in Macedonia: A Blueprint for Early Conflict Prevention."
Formerly Dean, Lauder School of Government, the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel | "The Dynamics of Political Terrorism: Toward an Evolutionary Theory."
Formerly Member, People's Congress of Deputies, Russian Federation | "Promoting International Cooperation for the Peaceful Resolution of Ethnic Conflicts."
Director, Joint Policy Council, Department of State | "Internally Displaced Persons: Caring for the Stepchildren of Conflict."
President Emeritus, Foreign Policy Research Institute | "De Tocqueville's Concept of Democracy and Today's Emerging Democratic Societies."
State Department Correspondent, The Washington Times | "Late-Breaking Foreign Policy: The News Media's Influence on Peace Operations."
Senior Lecturer in Political Science, University of Ibadan, Nigeria | "Federalism and Ethnic Conflict in Nigeria" and "Managing Nigeria's Federal Democracy"
Former Czech diplomat | "Gorbachev's Domestic and Foreign Policy Reforms and Soviet-U.S. Relations."
United States Army | "Applying Lessons Learned from Bosnia to the Current International Peace Operation in Kosovo."
Special Correspondent, Frontline Magazine, India | "Islam, Ethnicity and Nationalism: A History of Terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir."
Director, Institute for Regional Studies, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic | "Kyrgyzstan: The Way to Ethnic and Religious Peace."
Senior Analyst, the Jamestown Foundation | "Conflict Among Nationalities and Ethnic Minorities in the Former Soviet Union."
Associate Professor, University of Virginia | "Struggles for Justice in the Middle East."
School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University | "Popular Attitudes toward and Dilemmas of Democratization in China."
International Peace Research Institute- Oslo | "The East Asian Peace."
School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University | "State vs. International Mediation: Lessons from Somalia and Yugoslavia."
Director, CBW Nonproliferation Program, Monterey Institute | "Biosecurity: The Nexus of Public Health and International Security."
United States Army | "Transnational Organized Crime and Conflict: Strategic Implications for the Military."
United States Army | "Challenges to Effective Support of Long-Term Stability and Security in Colombia."
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Russian Federation | "Natural Interest in International Politics: The Case of Soviet-U.S. Relations in the Post-Cold War Era.”
Formerly Senior Consultant, Center for Intergroup Studies, South Africa | "Restitution and the Pursuit of Justice and Peace in the New South Africa."
Former High Commissioner on National Minorities, Organization for Cooperation and Security in Europe | "Prospects for the U.S.-European Alliance to Promote International Peace."
Ambassador of the Republic of Guatemala to Canada | "Strengthening the Organization of American States to Promote Peace and Security in the Western Hemisphere.”
Formerly Seeds of Peace | "The Enemy Has a Face: The Seeds of Peace Experience."
Africa Center for Strategic Studies | "International Adjudication and Other Alternative Modes for Managing International Conflict."
United States Army | "Peacekeeping in the Balkans."
Seton Hall University | "Introducing the Field of Conflict Resolution into China."
Professor, Yale Law School | "Unilateralism and the Use of Force."
Special Inspector for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), “The Humble Counterinsurgent: Metrics, Management and Behaviors”
Department of Communication, University of Haifa | "Terror on the Internet: The New Arena, the New Challenges."
Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, University of Illinois | "Markets and Democracy in the Muslim Polity."
United States Army | "Post-Conflict Reconstruction in Peacekeeping Operations: Redefining the Military Role."
Professor of Biblical Interpretation, Auburn Theological Seminary | "The Effectiveness of Nonviolent Strategies for Social Change, and the Biblical Roots of a Nonviolent Philosophy."
Professor of History, State University of New York at Albany | "World Nuclear Disarmament Efforts Since 1971 and Their Policy Implications."
Former Foreign Minister of Ethiopia | "Regional Efforts to Reduce Conflicts and Increase Cooperation in the Horn of Africa."
Department of Communication, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "Mobilizing the News Media for Peace."
Journalist | "The Future of Islam."
Associate Dean and Professor, School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Fudan University | "Managing Crisis and Sustaining Peace between China and the United States."
Department of Geography, Ben Gurion University | "Spatial Policies and Political (in)Stability: Comparing 'Ethnocratic' Regimes."
Assistant Professor, Department of History, Western Michigan University | "Commemorating Colonialism: A Comparative Analysis of Postwar Japanese Peace Activism and Museums."
Department of National Security Affairs, Naval Postgraduate School | "NATO Transformed: The Alliance's New Roles in International Security."
Jacob Blaustein Professor of International Organizations and Conflict Resolution and Director of Conflict Management, School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University | "Fairness and Justice in International Negotiations Dealing with Environmental Conflict and Political Terrorism."
The Hebrew University in Jerusalem | "The Memory of the Holocaust and the Arab-Israeli Conflict."
Professor of Russian Studies, College of International and Security Studies, The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies | "Russia and Its New Diasporas."
School of International Service, American University | "China's Foreign Policy and Its Implications for the Future."
Radwan Ziadeh (Senior Fellow, 2007-08)
Founder and Director, Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies | "Democratic Change in Syria."